DR. ROMANES ANI> SALLY . CHAP. regarding this Ape as anything but a Chimpanzee. The animal has the ways and manners of the Chimpanzee; lias a cry exactly like that of ^A. troglodytes ; does not beat her breast like a Gorilla when annoyed. Anatomical knowledge, however, of this specimen is at present wanting. AntJiropopithecus calvus l seems to be at least as much entitled to distinction as the last. It was originally described by du FIG. 277.—Young Orang-Utan. Simla, satyrus. JS&itschrift fur JSthnologie (Anthropolog. GesellscJiqft), Bd. viii. (From Wiederslxeim's Structure of Man.) Ohaillu; but Dr. Gray who examined the skins thought that the baldness was accidental, and then after this wise caution pro- ceeded to describe, under the name of *A+ tyellerosus, perhaps the <f worst" species of Chimpanzee that has been added to thre unnecessarily long list of " species ** of Chimpanzees. To this variety belonged " Sally " 2 of the Zoo, whose intelligence has been celebrated by the late Dr. Komanes. The form is characterised 1 See also Duckworth, JProc. Zool. Soc. 1898, p. 989. 2 For tlie structure of this Ape see Beddard, Trany. Zool. Soc. aciii. 1893, p. 177 j and ftrr experiments on her intelligence, Romanes, Prod, Zool. Soc. 1889, p. S16.